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Part 1 of a three-part series: COVID-19’s impact on Montana region’s small businesses

Rather than vilify small business owners that willingly closed to protect the most vulnerable, Glacier County should take proactive steps to assist families and individuals in regaining financial security.

Montana ranked #1 for physicians

They were analyzed using what WalletHub calls two dimensions: opportunity and competition, and medical environment. The two dimensions were broken down into 19 metrics, including hospitals per capita; average annual wage; hospital safety; and physician burnout.

Can Rescue Funds Give America the Broadband It Really Wants?

Billions of dollars in the American Rescue Plan could be used to close the persistent digital divide in urban and rural communities. But how can these investments be “future-proof”?

Main Street’s Comeback and How It Can Come Back Again – Wednesday, April 21 at 11:00 a.m. MST

Join the Maryland Department of Planning as Mary Means, one of the pioneers of the national Main Street movement, chronicles the rise of the Main Street Revitalization movement and looks ahead to its recovery.

NorthWestern Energy has no interest in acquiring more than an incremental portion of critical power from Colstrip to serve its Montana customers

To be clear, NorthWestern Energy would only consider acquiring enough additional critical power from Colstrip to reliably and affordably serve our Montana customers. That need is far less than the output of even one unit of the Colstrip Power Plant.

Made in Montana April Monthly: Taste our Place, Grant Opportunities, Shows

The 2021 Tradeshow may look a little different this year as we balance CDC, Montana, and Lewis and Clark County health and safety guidelines. We look forward to hosting a great show September 10 and 11 at the Lewis and Clark Fairgrounds in Helena.

American Jobs Plan – The Need for Action in Montana

For decades, infrastructure in Montana has suffered from a systemic lack of investment. The need for action is clear:  Montana’s infrastructure received a C grade on its Infrastructure Report Card. The American Jobs Plan will make a historic investment in our nation’s infrastructure.

Great Falls ranks 4th best housing market in the U.S. for first-time buyers

“Great Falls is an access point to the rest of Montana,” Jolene Schalper, senior vice president business development with the Great Falls Development Authority, said.   Joee Taylor, Reporter/MMJ

TTEC to hire 150 associates in Kalispell, Montana

TTEC is offering a $500 sign on bonus for a limited time.

New York Mandates $15-a-Month Broadband for Low-Income Users

New York’s newly enacted state budget requires nearly all Internet providers to sell broadband service for $15 a month to low-income customers who qualify for food stamps, Medicaid or similar benefits.